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Saracen

noun Sar·a·cen \ˈsa-rə-sən\

Definition of SARACEN

:  a member of a nomadic people of the deserts between Syria and Arabia; broadly :  arab
Saracen adjective
Sar·a·cen·ic \ˌsa-rə-ˈse-nik\ adjective

Origin of SARACEN

Middle English, from Old English, from Late Latin Saracenus, from Late Greek Sarakēnos
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with SARACEN

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